If you use folders to organize the plethora of apps residing on your iOS device’s Home screen, then you’ve likely come to realize just how monotonous they can look, especially in large numbers.

A newly released and free jailbreak tweak dubbed Foldy by iOS developer Thomz aims to resolve this concern by offering jailbreakers novel ways of personalizing the look and feel of their Home screen folders.

As depicted in the screenshot examples above, Foldy brings many different types of folder-centric customization, including colorization, layout, appearance, and more. After you install the tweak, you’ll find a dedicated preference pane in the Settings app where you can configure the tweak to your liking:

Here, you can:

  • Toggle Foldy on or off on demand
  • Enable and configure a custom folder corner radius
  • Enable and configure a custom folder background alpha level
  • Customize your folder titles
  • Customize your folder background colors
  • Customize your folder frame
  • Customize your folder layout
  • Enable or disable ‘Clear Mode’
  • Hide or show the folder’s page dots

Digging deeper, you’ll find many more ways to customize your folders with Foldy. We’ll outline everything else for you below:

Title Modification

  • Enable and configure a custom title font size
  • Hide or show the folder title
  • Left, Center, or Right-align the title text
  • Enable and configure a custom text color
  • Enable and configure a background color for the title

Background Color

  • Enable or disable folder background color colorization
  • Enable and configure a solid folder background color
  • Enable and configure a gradient-based folder background color
  • Enable or disable folder color customization
  • Enable and configure a solid folder color
  • Enable and configure a gradient-based folder color

Custom Frame

  • Enable or disable custom folder frames
  • Enable or disable full-size folders
  • Enable and configure a completely custom folder frame
  • Enable and disable a centered custom frame

Custom Layout

  • Toggle custom folder layouts on or off on demand
  • Enable 2×2, 3×3, or 4×4 folder layouts
  • Enable and configure a custom folder layout

As you can see for yourself, Foldy offers a lot of customization for your pwned handset’s folders, and it does so without a price tag. Those interested in going hands-on with the tweak for themselves can download it for free from the Packix repository via their preferred package manager. Foldy supports all jailbroken iOS 13 devices and is its source code is available on GitHub for those interested in learning more about how it works.

Will you be giving Foldy a shot? Let us know your thoughts about the tweak in the comments section below.